Sleeping is the New Standing

March 8, 2019 Paul Emile Trudelle Estate & Trust, Estate Planning, Uncategorized Tags: , , , 0 Comments

Standing was the new sitting. Now, sleeping is the new standing.

Behold – the sleeping desk:

 

As we all know, focus and attentiveness are key to workplace success and efficiency. Coffee is a great aid to maintaining this focus. However, afternoon coffee consumption can interfere with nocturnal sleeping patterns, leading to drowsy, unfocused mornings, thereby exacerbating the problem.

The solution? The sleeping desk (aka the nap desk).

According to an article by theheartysoul.com, an afternoon nap can improve mental alertness. A short nap can be more beneficial than a long sleep. (As if we needed more reasons to nap, see “8 Scientific Benefits of Napping”.)

The sleeping desk, designed by Nancy Leivaditou, is a multipurpose desk that can transform into a bed. See the desk in action, here.

Happy napping.

Paul Trudelle

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